THE NORWICH CENTRE

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The Tutors at the Norwich Centre

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Dr Caroline Kitcatt

Caroline is a person-centred counsellor, trainer and supervisor. She has taught on counselling courses since 1998, including seven years as a core tutor on the UEA Post-Graduate Diploma in Counselling. She was the Course Director on that course for two years. She is the Centre Director of the Norwich Centre for Personal and Professional Development and the Managing Director of Norwich Centre Projects Ltd which delivers counselling and training in the workplace. She completed her doctorate ‘Dancing Barefoot: An exploration of women’s experience of the spiritual accompaniment/direction relationship’ in 2010.

Aidan Abernethy

Aidan has worked as a counsellor for a number of years and is an experienced trainer and supervisor who has delivered training in counselling in various contexts including the education and commercial sectors. He is committed to working as closely as possible to the core principles of the person-centred approach, focusing on the quality of authentic presence and relationship. Aidan is especially interested in the potential for counselling and self-development to become vibrant and creative encounters with both oneself and others.

Jamie Geary

Jamie has worked as a counsellor for a number of years and has a wealth of experience and knowledge to draw from. Jamie specialises as a child and adolescent counsellor working in schools with the pupils and their parents. He also trains and clinically supervises other therapists and professionals who work with children and young people. He is a tutor on the Norwich Centre Post-Graduate Diploma in Counselling. He is interested in the nature of the therapeutic relationship and its involvement in the self- actualisation process, therapy, neurological research, and the person-centred approach to spirituality.

Kaz Lever

Kaz taught on the Post-Graduate Certificate in Counselling Skills at UEA between 2012 and 2017. She first worked at the Norwich Centre as a volunteer counsellor while completing her Masters in Counselling, after which she taught on Introduction-level courses. Kaz gained her FETQ (Further Education Teaching Qualification) in 2003, initially teaching the oil painting and life drawing associated with her first career in the fine arts. She developed an interest in counselling while studying psychology and after having had therapy herself. Kaz works in private practice and is based in Norwich and in Halesworth, Suffolk.